back to top

‘90s Hair Looks

Bring out your inner '90s kid with these flawless looks!

Posted on

With the love of hairspray carrying over from the ‘80s, very strong hair parts were kept in place with a lot of product. On top of that, the love of colorful barrettes held the style. In this updated look, we have a looser zig zag part held with less product and an elegant barrette in one solid color, gold.

Materials

L'Oréal Paris Studio Pro Lock It Extra Strong Hairspray

Comb

Brush

Fun barrettes in solid color

Steps

1. Brush the hair into two sides.

2. Use the comb to make a diagonal part about 1-inch long.

3. From that diagonal, make another part about 1-inch long in the opposite direction.

4. Repeat steps 2-3 until you get to the back of crown.

5. Use both hands to lay the hair down at the parts.

6. Spray with L'Oréal Paris Studio Pro Lock It Extra Strong Hairspray.

7. Add a barrette to one side of the hair.

Inspired by bantu knots that came from African Zulu tribes over 400 years ago, Scary Spice and Gwen Stefani famously wore this look at the height of their careers. Back then, they held the very small knots together with small colored hair ties. Today, we have seen them as a flattened braid held with bobby pins. African-American women still wear the knots for style and to hold their natural curl.

Materials

L'Oreal Paris Studio Pro Boost It Volume Mousse

Comb

Brush

Small hair ties

Bobby pins

Steps

1. Section hair into 6-8 squares around the head.

2. Add L'Oreal Paris Studio Pro Boost It Volume Mousse to the hair.

3. Braid the hair.

4. Fatten the braids.

5. Twist the braids around the hair clips.

6. Fasten with bobby pins.

Blossom was the famous show of the day with the happy teenager wearing a high ponytail in the show open. The ponytail was held up (high on the head) with a colorful scrunchie that did not necessarily match the rest of the outfit. Today, we hold the low ponytail with a velvet scrunchie, for a more elegant effect.

Materials

L'Oréal Paris Studio Pro Lock It Extra Strong Hairspray

Comb

Brush

Srunchie

Steps

1. Use the comb to add a side part.

2. Brush the hair to one side of the head.

3. Hold it with a scrunchie.

4. Spray the part and hair with L'Oréal Paris’ Studio Pro Lock It Extra Strong Hairspray to hold.

5. Use the brush to fluff up the ends of the ponytail for more body, as needed.

Every. Tasty. Video. EVER. The new Tasty app is here!

Dismiss